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It is with great enthusiasm that the Société d'Incubation Numérique du Gabon welcomed the 3 startups who won the Hackaton e-santé competition, organised in September 2018 by the e-gabon project. It is a competition to create a digital solution, which aims to innovate in the health sector. Thus, it is the startups Duk'obieri, Mbab'ening and Ushannlabs who integrate the incubator for a technical support program.The signature between the three startups and SING has been effective since July 2019. Pending the start of their incubation period, the three teams had the opportunity to participate in a competition in Tunisia in June 2019. Called the Best Africa Mobile Application (BAMA), this competition aims to enable participants to promote their innovative ideas in a mature economic environment, while demonstrating their technical creations by implementing mobile applications and live the experience of live pitching in front of a qualified multinational audience. Two of the winning startups, Duk'obieri and Mbab'ening, found themselves in front of 36 other teams from across the continent.Mbab'ening, which offers the rapid identification and management of patients in medical facilities through personalized medical bracelets, received the second prize of the competition, a cheque of 2000 dinars.
On 4 November 2019, the members of the various startups began their technical support program with an integration day and their first training the following day: introduction to lean startup.Their personalized support to the e-health sector is made up of workshops, individual sessions and trainings such as innovation technology and pivoting, the different business models of the Web and customer relations. The young winners will be able to refine their business models and prototypes of their applications.Composed only of young students, the startups Duk'obieri, Ushannlabs and Mbab'ening will work for the next three months respectively on the digitization of the CNAMGS care sheet, the creation of a shared medical record and the creation of medical identification equipment.